Preview: 2023 Traveler’s Guide To The Firearms Laws Of The Fifty states

posted on September 2, 2023
Traveler’s Guide To The Firearms Laws Of The Fifty states

With Constitutional Carry gaining steam across the country and other localities introducing new restrictions, it’s an important time to be informed about firearm laws across the nation.

The updated-for-2023 Traveler’s Guide from J. Scott Kappas is a crucial piece of information to keep handy whenever you’re out on a road trip.

The latest version, the 27th edition, features more than 100 updates to answer critical questions and keep armed citizens informed. Under each state heading there’s a unique checklist that provides quick, at-a-glance guidance for vehicle carry, RV carry, duty to notify LEOs and more.

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